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1. [v] take off weight

2. [v] lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture; "cut bourbon"

3. [v] make thin or thinner; "Thin the solution"

4. [v] lose thickness; become thin or thinner

5. [s] not dense; "a thin beard"; "trees were sparse"

6. [a] lacking excess flesh; "you can''t be too rich or too thin"; "Yon Cassius has a lean and hungry look"-Shakespeare

7. [a] (of sound) lacking resonance or volume; "a thin feeble cry"

8. [s] lacking spirit or sincere effort; "a thin smile"

9. [s] having little substance or significance; "a flimsy excuse"; "slight evidence"; "a tenuous argument"; "a thin plot"

10. [a] of relatively small extent from one surface to the opposite or in cross section; "thin wire"; "a thin chiffon blouse"; "a thin book"; "a thin layer of paint"

11. [a] relatively thin in consistency or low in density; not viscous; "air is thin at high altitudes"; "a thin soup"; "skimmed milk is much thinner than whole milk"; "thin oil"

12. [s] very narrow; "a thin line across the page"

13. [r] without viscosity; "the blood was flowing thin"

similar words

1. [a] distributed

2. [s] anorexic

3. [s] anorectic

4. [s] bony

5. [s] cadaverous

6. [s] emaciated

7. [s] gaunt

8. [s] haggard

9. [s] pinched

10. [s] skeletal

11. [s] wasted

12. [s] deep-eyed

13. [s] hollow-eyed

14. [s] sunken-eyed

15. [s] fine-drawn

16. [s] gangling

17. [s] gangly

18. [s] lanky

19. [s] lank

20. [s] spindly

21. [s] rawboned

22. [s] reedy

23. [s] reedlike

24. [s] twiggy

25. [s] twiglike

26. [s] scarecrowish

27. [s] scraggy

28. [s] scrawny

29. [s] skinny

30. [s] underweight

31. [s] weedy

32. [s] shriveled

33. [s] shrivelled

34. [s] shrunken

35. [s] withered

36. [s] wizen

37. [s] wizened

38. [s] slender

39. [s] slight

40. [s] slim

41. [s] slender-waisted

42. [s] slim-waisted

43. [s] wasp-waisted

44. [s] spare

45. [s] trim

46. [s] spindle-legged

47. [s] spindle-shanked

48. [s] stringy

49. [s] wiry

50. [s] wisplike

51. [s] wispy

52. [s] pale

53. [a] spiritless

54. [a] weak

55. [s] bladed

56. [s] capillary

57. [s] hairlike

58. [s] compressed

59. [s] flat

60. [s] depressed

61. [s] chiffon

62. [s] diaphanous

63. [s] filmy

64. [s] gauzy

65. [s] gossamer

66. [s] see-through

67. [s] sheer

68. [s] transparent

69. [s] vaporous

70. [s] cobwebby

71. [s] filamentous

72. [s] filiform

73. [s] filamentlike

74. [s] threadlike

75. [s] thready

76. [s] fine

77. [s] flimsy

78. [s] light

79. [s] hyperfine

80. [s] paper_thin

81. [s] papery

82. [s] ribbonlike

83. [s] ribbony

84. [s] sleazy

85. [s] slender

86. [s] tenuous

87. [s] wafer-thin

88. [s] tenuous

89. [s] rare

90. [s] rarefied

91. [s] rarified

92. [a] narrow

opposite words

1. [v] gain

2. [v] put_on

3. [v] thicken

4. [v] inspissate

5. [v] thicken

6. [v] inspissate

7. [a] fat

8. [a] full

9. [a] thick

10. [a] thick

11. [r] thickly

12. [r] thick

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